If you have not made a will you may not be able to control who will inherit your property when you pass.If you die without a will your property will be distributed according to state law.which may not be inconsistent with your wishes.A part of your estate could even go to the state instead of to your family or other loved ones.
If you have a will you will be sure who will inherit your property. It is important also that you will be the one to designate your
executor to carry out the terms of your will.
As you can see a last will and testament is a important legal document.
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